Knights Inn St. George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from St. George
... cliff. We have had several issues with the motorhome in the RV parks that have been a little irritating but have been able to resolve everything except the ice maker in the refrigerator. Have seen nothing but rain since we arrived in San Diego including the time spent in Palm Springs, Las Vegas and Zion.
We left San Diego on May 14th and traveled to Palm Springs for a day as I wanted to get in ...
... rock formations and pink sand along the banks of the Virgin River.
We walked along the river, through the canyon for about a mile and the immensity of the vertical rock walls on either side of us was absolutely awesome. I'm so thankful that Mike and I have this opportunity. Love to all.
Bye for now. Stay ...
... Utah. It’s a pretty town, really wide streets, busy, clean, lots of restaurants and motels, lots of traffic. It has a historical area which we walked 7 blocks to and back in 87F heat – that is still now at 9:20 pm! A couple of restaurants we walked past had misters shooting down onto their outdoor seating. Guess it gets hot here a lot – much lower elevation than we’ve been in, at about 3,000 feet. So, ...
... the odd shaft of light. We only did a little part of the other side before turning around and heading back to the hotel.
We stopped at Albertson's to pick up some diet tonic and vodka but no liquor to be found. Utah's alcohol laws are very different to California - you can't buy beer over 3.3% alcohol and you can only buy liquor from state licensed liquor stores that have rather limited hours. A complete contrast to California where you can buy liquor at ...
We had a nice relaxing morning in our condo.
For lunch, we went to one of Howard's favorite restaurants, Chuck-Arama. The food was good and the presentation was impressive. After watching the East Texas church services online, we went up the road to small park to walk around and watch the sun go down. Our last stops of the night included gas from Costco and then gyros at Mad Pita, a local Greek restaurant.
On to Monument Valley tomorrow for one ...